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Sharing a Meal

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Passover and Holy Week’s commemoration of the Last Supper make me think about how we prepare meals today, and how different it was in Jesus’ time. For one thing, the obvious: There were no drive-thrus or microwaves in Jesus’ day, […]

Chronic Illness and Pain: Be Forkful!

posted by mpratt

Hold onto your waistlines! One of the most challenging parts of the holidays is eating, especially if you have a restricted diet to begin with. The temptations – “Just one cookie won’t hurt,” “You can always work it off afterward,” […]

Supersizing Our Lives

posted by mpratt

On a walk recently, I passed by a recently-renovated neighorhood fast food restaurant. Emblazoned on the roof was a banner that invited all to try “our double drive-thru!” A “double drive-thru?” Hmm… Do we order in two parts? Order side-by-side […]

Chronic Pain: Feeding the Soul

posted by mpratt

We all have our favorite comfort foods. For some, simple bread or a cup of herbal tea soothes. For others, a hearty, full-course, down home dinner does the trick. I keep chocolate handy, and also, of all things, relish (pardon […]

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Sharing a Meal
Passover and Holy Week's commemoration of the Last Supper make me think about how we prepare meals today, and how different it was in Jesus' time. For one thing, the obvious: There

posted 1:43:45am Apr. 15, 2014 | read full post »

A Prayer for Centering in Holy Week
Lord, you are all great, all good, and I love you. But I am feeling pulled by cares, noise, and the ways of a worldly world. This week, of all times, please help me to center my th

posted 1:13:42am Apr. 13, 2014 | read full post »

Is It Christian to Take Care of Yourself before Others?
We are fast approaching the most profoundly Christian time of the year, Holy Week and Easter, during which we will hear again about Jesus' ultimate sacrifice, death on the cross, which redeemed us, washing away our sin and opening up for us life everlasting. What an amazing love! What an amazingly s

posted 1:36:34am Apr. 11, 2014 | read full post »

The Jewel within You
  Those beautiful baubles don't start out as faceted jewels. Wrenched or blasted out of the ground, gem material (as it's called) usually has a crust of other mineral mat

posted 11:53:18am Apr. 09, 2014 | read full post »

Can You Be a Peacemaker When You're at War with Yourself?
  We all have heard the Beatitudes, and especially (no doubt) remember, "Blessed are the peacemakers..." In a world of trouble, violence, and anti-faith, this is a t

posted 1:33:29am Apr. 07, 2014 | read full post »


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